Old city ordinance mandates sitting break for sales personnel

BAGUIO CITY -The City Government had long ago frowned upon sales workers standing for long hours without a sitting break way before the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) thought of ending this bad practice. Ordinance No. 471 series of 1968 requires “all department stores, bazars and other stores to provide stools, chairs or similar […]


BIBAK demolition reset to October 15

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan announced that representatives of concerned government agencies, the local government and the informal settler agreed to reset the scheduled demolition of some 58 illegal structures that were erected over the 5,000-square meter Benguet-Ifugao-Bontoc-Apayao-Kalinga (BIBAK) property along Harrison Road from August 15 to October 15 to give a final […]


BOI to Present New Business Opportunities in Roadshow

An investment roadshow meant to guide Filipino and foreign investors in matching their entrepreneurial and financial capacities will again be held in Baguio City as an effort to steer the country’s economic growth to a broader and sustainable path. Based on the theme “Scaling Up and Dispersing Opportunities”, the Board of Investments – Department of […]


Drug test for high school students backed

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan expressed his all-out support to the recent mandate from the education department for the conduct of random drug test to junior and senior high school students in public schools to spare today’s youth from being involved in illegal vices at a young age. The local chief executive requested […]


City hall employees no need for second round of drug testing – Mayor

BAGUIO CITY – As part of the campaign against illegal drugs, the city government here has been continuously partnering with other government, non-government, private and religious sectors to assist Persons with Substance Use Disorder (PSUDs) in the city of Baguio. Being public servants, city hall employees were not excused in undergoing random drug testing last […]


LTFRB criticized for issuing franchise in Baguio

BAGUIO CITY – Members of the City Council criticized the Cordillera office of the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) for granting to a shuttle company a certificate of public convenience (CPC) to provide the transport requirements of the Loakan-based Texas Instruments Philippines without first securing an exemption from the local government. The local legislative […]

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An open drainage system filled with trash and debris catches the concern of Alay Sa Kalinisan Search for the 10 Cleanest and 10 Dirtiest barangays board of judges led by co-chairman Dominador Urbanozo on the possible run-off of rainwater to cause erosion or landslide. /By Bong Cayabyab


City will not interfere in Dairy Farm demolition

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan stressed city officials will not dip their fingers in the ongoing demolition of more than 350 illegal structures built within parts of the 94-hectare Baguio Dairy Farm because the matter is a purely legal issue. The local chief executive explained the special writ of demolition was issued by […]


Student welfare body strengthened

BAGUIO CITY – The Council for Student Welfare, a body overseeing concerns for the well-being of students in the city will be strengthened. The city council will amend Administrative Order No. 53 series of 2008 to beef up the composition and the functions of the body as per the recommendation of the city council research […]


SC enhances capabilities of lower courts

BAGUIO CITY – The Supreme Court (SC) has enhanced the capabilities of lower courts to deliver speedy, expeditious and inexpensive resolution of all criminal cases thru an Office of the Court Administrator (OCA) circular. Municipal Trial Courts in Cities executive judge Glenda Ortiz-Soriano said the SC has approved OCA-circular no. 101-2017 or the Revised Guidelines […]